Digital Crate Digging Continues as we get this Saturday Night Fever edition underway; we’re dropping this good word and we’ll let the music play…
The saga / struggle continues aka life goes on!! from back in the day Louisville / Newburg days to these ATL life days; this is the by – product of the old school Baptist preacher’s advice when he said let us pray..
The saga / struggle continues aka life goes on!! may Ruth Bader Ginsberg rest in peace, ruthless ones like Mitch McConnell with that old racist Louisville game are already talking about filling her spot..
The saga / struggle continues aka life goes on!! once out in those Louisville / Newburg streets from Broadway to Muhammad Ali meeting opposition, seeing how Breonna Taylor got put in that position, your dude wasn’t feeling that spot!!
…now you can spot me checking out these countryside views / vistas on these backwoods Georgia roads, but still in funk modes! listening to the late great Manu Dibango with his classic track Soul Makossa, it’s a DJ Flex Remix..
Now you can spot me O-Dog Day Partying / Saturday Night Fevering, doing the damn thing!! still out here getting breakbeat scientific..
Check this out at Manu Dibango – Soul Makossa (DJ Flex Remix)
Sunday Jazz Continues!! we’re in the lab cooling out / chilling out doing the knowledge like it’s Sunday School…
Soon there’ll be breaking news from a breakbeat scientist trying to find this and that out, going all out!! I heard somebody say they pity the fool..
…word from Mr T, somebody might feel me!! blind to these facts? they sound like Trump vs Dr Fauci..
We’ll rock your body with this O-Dog Day Party in a jazzy way!! from Atlanta to Africa the music will bump / play somebody might feel me!!
Listening to the late great Manu Dibango with a track called Wakafrika (Equatorial Mix) remixed by Gus Till..
Check the afrobeat / jazzdance / house music vibe, Wakanda Forever vibe? misinterpreted by Kanye West? more like Equatorial Guinea and Cameroon business!! now that’s the deal!!
Check this out at Manu Dibango – Wakafrika (Equatorial Mix)
Digital Crate Digging Continues as a Friday afternoon transitions into a Friday evening!!
The O-Dog Day Party transitioning into my Friday Night Fever segment? Oh Yeah!! my constituents are eligible for it!! in the midst of the ongoing chaos and confusion we kept believing..
…that everything was gonna be alright!! Sho You Right like Barry White as we let the music play!!
Flashback Friday principles followed as we exercise this Friday Feeling as we rebuke the ongoing shady dealing concerning this coronavirus pandemic; African Americans feeling the brunt of it? you know how this system will play!
Flashback Friday per history repeating? not an entity that’s self defeating, this is an academic and a street thing!! at the moment listening to this House Music Mix ♫ April 2020
It’s courtesy of DJ Groove; check out the playlist and the mix as we try to stay in the groove / stay on the move even though it’s been rough here in 2020..
Check this out at House Music Mix ♫ April 2020
Digital Crate Digging Continues; on a Terrible / Terrific Tuesday where things can go either way…
In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic check us out as we jam on it / let the music play..
We’re checking out some afro funk / jazz funk / world music from Manu Dibango , with a track called Electric Africa (featuring Herbie Hancock).
Due to COVID -19 / Coronavirus Manu Dibango passed away today in Paris France at the age of 86; in his memory we’ll continue to rock..
Check out the players and the track as we rebuke the hustle knock implemented against our people worldwide..
Check this out at Manu Dibango – Electric Africa (featuring Herbie Hancock)
Digital Crate Digging Continues per the HumpDay Extravaganza segment that’s going down!!
What’s the deal? we’re out here trying to get over the hump, check out how we play!! this sonic regiment is throwing down!!
We’re bum rushing the spot, making it hot!! rebuking the polar vortex hitting the country from the Midwest, to north to the south..
Cold crushing? making it hot like North Korea and Iran nuclear programs? Trump mentioned slow your roll man / watch your mouth!!
It’s nothing man!! we’re ringing the alarm, playing it like Manu Dibango ringing a New Bell; this is from his Soul Makossa album..
It’s something man!! it’s that good afro beat / jazz funk!! check out the players and the track!! per this Humpday Extravaganza we’re styling and profiling!!
Digital Crate Digging Continues per my Saturday Night Fever format..
The saga / struggle continues, but we were encouraged; we were told to “go on with that”
The saga / struggle continues, supreme courage and maximum strength is exercised…
We’re ringing the alarm with this sound an good word; naysayers will act surprised
We’re ringing the alarm, plots and schemes were devised; per Manu Dibango vs Masters at Work we’ll ring a New Bell
We’re ringing the alarm!! plots and schemes were devised!! beats will bang plus O-Zone was accused of acting brand new because he had a story to tell..
Source: Random Thoughts From A Brotha: Manu Dibango vs Masters at Work – New Bell
Digital Crate Digging Continues on what I like to call the Saturday Night Fever!!
We’re checking out the Lafayette Afro Rock Band with their version of Soul Makossa. Of course Manu Dibango was famous because of his version. Let’s check this one out / Let’s Go!!
Sunday Jazz Continues!! We’re checking out some jazz funk / afrobeat from Manu Dibango with a track called Happy Feeling. Check out the players and the track..
- Arranged By, Saxophone [Solo Saxes], Marimba, Vibraphone [Vibes], Electric Piano [Fender], Piano, Vocals – Manu Dibango
- Bass – Clyde Bullard, Robbie Shakespeare
- Conductor [Strings] – Ray Jones
- Congas, Percussion – “Crusher” Bennett, Mike “Boo” Richards*, “Sticky” Thompson*
- Drums – Mickey “Boo” Richards*, Sly Dunbar
- Guitar – Mickey “Mao”Chung*, Wayne Armond, Willie Lindo
- Keyboards – Ansel Collins, Clive “Azul” Hunt*, Peter Ashbourne, Robbie Lyn
- Producer, Recorded By, Bass, Guitar, Keyboards – Geoffrey Chung
- Saxophone – Lou Marini, Michael Breker*
- Trombone – Barry Rogers, Ed Byrne
- Trumpet – Jon Faddis, Mike Lawrence, Randy Brecker
- Vocals – Brend White*, Frank Floyd, Gwen Guthrie, Ullanda Mc Cullough*, Yvonne Lewis
Sunday Jazz Continues!! we’re checking out some jazz funk, jazzdance, afrobeat from Manu Dibango –with a smooth track called Deliverance!! Check it out!!